I write about all sorts of characters and worlds, feel free to browse around and have a read! A good majority of them have fleshed out profiles and stories, there's certainly one you'll like.
Kindly note that characters here are not for offers, unless explicitly stated (you can find any characters ufo here). Characters for offers can be found in my archive, lach. Characters and images are appropriately flagged if they are potentially triggering/have mature themes, let me know if I'm missing anything.
A collection of characters belonging in the same world and universe, though with their own storylines. Welcome to the Eslend continent, a land where all co-exists, regardless of one's differences. May you find a place where you belong.
The life of Tony Blanco, and his lifelong search for a purpose and meaning. Tonywrld is a term that encompasses all stories, while American Disaster is the canonical story told in five parts, of a boy desperately searching meaning in a suburban coastal town of 80s America. Eternal Summer is an alternative ending to American Disaster, while others are simply alternate universes.
Tonywrld has existed from 2014 and has went through multiple renditions and replotting, though did not come to writing until ~2019. It is by the far the oldest set of characters and stories I have.
The personalization of Freud's theory of the human psyche, an articulated concept made to understand creations produced from automatism: Odd Phenomenon follows Loey and his three psyches, and the strange, peculiar thing that is the human life: the form that he certainly resembles closest to.
Content Warning: Both character description and gallery contains themes of derealization, dissociative states, dereality, and related tangents.
In a world where humans and demons co-exist, Tales of Sosun: Tahlor tells the story of Ro'ark, Son of Gorgo; Swordsman Fido; and Ethel the Merchant, fighting to reap what they truly think is rightfully theirs. Tahlor is a competition held in Sosun, a world governed by demon gods, in which various races of humans and demons exist. It is a publicly acclaimed event that runs for six months, spanning across every corner of Sosun, as a part to celebrate Sosun's god and god of all demons, Beherit. Tahlor's objective is simple—every decade, Beherit will hide her talon (claw) somewhere in the vast expanse of Sosun. The first to find (or the first to touch) Tahlor would be crowned the champion, and be granted any wish the champion has.
For their sins, the world was punished to be plunged into a starless universe. In a world of total darkness, where the artificial Sun is powered by the masses of slaves and desperate citizens, it is prophesized that the Gods have sent the world a final chance: the Last Star, befallen and hidden amongst the living that remain. If you are willing to repent for your sins, you would use the Last Star to erect the world another Sun—if you listen to the whispers of the Devil, you'd harness God's final gift to become one with the lights in the sky, and envelop the world in darkness forever.
Maverick Colton,better known as Maverick, is the illegitimate son of Frank Colton, a wildly successful scion of a business superempire. Exhausted by his son's defiant and antisocial behaviour, Maverick is temporarily banished to the Blanco household—a family friend—in hopes that he would be inspired by the Blancos' perfect son, Antonio. Despite the promise of punishment and discipline that was meant to terrify him into submission, Maverick is soon wrapped in the Blanco family's dirty laundry... and in the small finger of their son.
Saccharine is a passion project of Eunsoo Turner—the band's singer and guitarist. Along with bassist Miller Proulx, drummer Foster Schmidt, and guitarist Doug Olson, the group achieves critical acclaim that Eunsoo's childhood self could only wildly dream of.
Despite everything, between an unfinished past and difficult conversations atop of Canada's frozen lakes, something uneasy rises from beneath the ice. What flies must eventually come down, and Saccharine threatens to snap from its strings as Eunsoo sets out to destroy everything he has created.
The Gentlemen's Kennel Club is a high society comprised of some of the world's most powerful cartel and mafia keypieces to network and collaborate. As a rule, members must have ownership of a dog, and initiation includes willingly throwing their life away for said dog, resulting in "membership initiation scars". Members are euthanized if they "neglect their dogs", i.e. out another member in any shape or form, or leave the club.
The colonization project Genesis has long reached its destination; a solar system located some quarter-million light years away from New Earth, to investigate—and potentially colonise—planetary bodies of interest. Comprised of twelve crewmates: astrobiologist and terraformer Willio Mulberry and Shelley Mulberry; captain Forrest Church; security head Charlemagne Baudelaire and security crewmate Martin Randolph, Spencer "Penny" Burns, Wayne Sloan; pilots Byron Harper and Danny Harvey; navigator and communications crew Bonnie Scott and Keith Chang; android Victor; and golden retriever shipdog Tucker Mulberry, has just finished scouting a prospective colony, planet GNS-1, and has communicated back to New Earth to report their findings. Initially bound for the next planet, GNS-2, an unknown space debris hits the ship, forcing it to land in GNS-1.1, GNS-1's moon. The ship's engine is severely damaged, and the crewmates explore the moon in the meantime, surprised to find it just as accommodating as any other human colony, despite having not being flagged as a potential colony by the mission.
Will is excited at the prospect of exploring an unknown celestial body not specified by the mission, though is not keen at his mother's (Shelley) warning, who advised that there was a reason why the mission project back at home did not flag the moon as a potential colony...
In a crime where the comatose victim is crucial to solving the case, the intricate technology of mindscape—a technique of accessing one's memories visually—was used on Garland Adler, beaten to a pulp either by his partner, or his father; both of whom could be innocent or guilty.
Yet, despite the pursuit for his justice, Garland seems suspiciously reluctant to reveal the truth, pulling investigator Susilo Guilford into the depths of his mind's maze...
Content Warning: This story contains implied abuse and trauma. Any parts implying such themes have been placed under spoilers - the rest of the profile is safe to read.
Henry, an intelligent virtual assistant (IVA), is conceived at January 1st, 3503, specifically created for a mission to colonize the thirty-first star relative from Earth, installed onto S. S. Inizio and lead by Cpt. Kissinger at March 5th, 3504. Due to unforeseen debris collision during downtime for maintenance, the ship takes damage, fatally destroying a compartment of sleeping pods that housed one hundred crew members in cryosleep. The surviving captain, saved by having a separate cabin, is entrapped in slumber due to systems damage that disabled the opening of the pod. The ship drifts into space, unable to send a mayday message... thus beginning Henry's years beyond the billions, trying to find the meaning of humanity.